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Assessing Women & Men in Education (AWE) Undergraduate Engineering Mentor Surveys

Supplemental Information:

n/a

Assessment Type:

Likert scale

Scale:

Five-point Likert scale

Publication Date:

Aug 04, 2010

Respondent:

Undergraduates

Domain(s) Evaluated:

Competence

Sample items:

Directions: Please respond to these items that will help us improve the activity that you participated in. For the following items indicate whether you strongly disagree (0), Disagree (1), Neutral (2), Agree (3), or Strongly agree (4) by selecting the appropriate number.

Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
A. The Women in Engineering Program adequately supported me in fulfilling my assigned duties. 0 1 2 3 4
B. If I needed help in solving problems associated with my mentor role, it was readily available. 0 1 2 3 4

Reliability:

n/a

Validity:

n/a

Frequency:

sometimes

Administration time:

20 minutes

Requires a Computer:

No

Requires Internet Access:

No

Primary reference:

Tool can be found here: http://www.engr.psu.edu/awe/secured/director/diversity/mentor.aspx

Please note that you will need to make a free account to use the tools.

Comments:

There are two versions of this tool, one given before the activity and one given after. In addition, to measure the impact on the recipients of mentoring – the mentees -- refer to the Undergraduate Engineering Mentee Instruments.

Other Reference:
Anagnos, T., Lyman-Holt, A., Marin-Artieda, C. & Momsen, E. (2014). Impact of Engineering Ambassador Programs on Student Development. Journal of STEM Education,. 15(3) 14-20.
The study used the Assessing Women and Men in Education (AWE) Undergraduate Engineering Mentor Survey. The present study did not report updated reliability or validity findings. The study used 57 participants.

STEM Criteria

Science

No

Technology

No

Engineering

Yes

Math

No